Aitchison, Ivy Jane 15.nov.1886-8.nov.1971 England Channel Islands Jersey, St Helier - London Westminster
songwriter, actress, entertainer in plays, vaudevilles and films, she consistently used the pseudonym Ivy St Helier, not only as stage name but also in private life, 1939 as actress residing in Guildford Surrey, several of her songs were arranged for wind band ; daughter of hotel pension owner David Roberts Aitchison (Scotland, Old Monkland 4.dec.1858-21.jun.1942 St Helier) and Matilda Elvina Ball (Devonport 1859-1930 Jersey)

Title Parts

[] God's beautiful valley. Song
the words by E. Teschemacher
pub Boosey & Co., London 1915

[] Lis(z)t to the rhapsody rag
from the revue Three cheers
words and music Miss Ivy St. Helier
pub Herman Darewski Music Publishing Co., London 1917

[] Beautiful tell-tale eyes. Song
words Edward Lockton
pub Chappell & Co., London 1917

[] Coal-black mammy. Song, fox-trot. Voice and piano
words Laddie Cliff
pub Francis, Day & Hunter, London 1921

[] Down paradise way. Song. Fox-trot
from the musical play "The Blue Kitten" by Rudolf Friml
arranged for military band with solo clarinet by Dan Godfrey 1926

[] Sunbeams. Entr'acte for the pianoforte
pub Chappell & Co., London 1914

[] Flowers for your lady?. 1942
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